News Briefs: Consumer Satisfaction With Plans Hits Roadblocks

While health insurers have made gains in consumer satisfaction in recent years, that progress stalled over the last year, according to a new report from J.D. Power & Associates. “Overall satisfaction has increased…during the past five years, but there is no change in 2022 from 2021, due in part to declines in satisfaction in customer service and dissatisfaction with coverage options and desired network providers,” a J.D. Power press release said. The report said that the health plans that members call “responsive” and “innovative” received the best satisfaction scores. Members also critiqued long hold times at call centers and have found decreasing satisfaction from electronic contact tools like texting and mobile apps. The highest scores for health plans, which were separated by region, were awarded to Kaiser Permanente, Humana Inc., Anthem, Inc., Geisinger Health Plan and several Blue Cross Blue Shield affiliates.

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